Hang in there, people - we're almost halfway through the week. In case you missed 'em, here are some headlines making news in Columbus (and three events for you to look forward to tomorrow!).

Hang in there, people - we're almost halfway through the week. In case you missed 'em, here are some headlines making news in Columbus (and three events for you to look forward to tomorrow!).

St. Vincent/Photo by Brad Keefe

Fashion Meets Music Festival adds St. Vincent to lineup

Art-rocker St. Vincent joins rapper Ludacris and singer Andy Grammer as recent lineup additions to the Fashion Meets Music Festival. This will be the second time the much-anticipated two-day fest will return to the Arena District, so, basically, clear any and all plans you may have on your calendar for Labor Day weekend. With each new lineup announcement, this is becoming a must.

Restaurant review: Red Velvet Café makes flavorful sandwiches, pretty cupcakes and terrific drinks

Red Velvet Cafe continues to tempt its loyal customers into its newly opened S. Fourth St. shop with mouthwatering, too-beautiful-to-even-eat cupcakes (just kidding, please eat them), Filipino-inspired eats and a wide array of coffees and teas.

About Last Weekend: The Memorial Tournament and Bunbury Music Festival

Ohio is pretty ... awesome. We had a busy weekend here in the always-underestimated state with the Memorial Tournament in Dublin and the Bunbury Music Festival in Cincinnati. (A quick rundown of the fest: Selfie sticks were banned. People were upset. Check Twitter for some pretty snarky comments.)

Tomorrow Today: Don't miss out. Three things for Wednesday, June 10

10 a.m. -Line Dancing

Slip on some socks or leather-soled shoes and head on over to Town Hall (648 Main St.) tomorrow and take part in the line dancing program for all ages held each Monday and Wednesday. Registration isn't required (and more importantly, nor is any level of pre-existing line-dance skill).

6 p.m. - Hot Glass Studio Nights - Suncatcher Orb

A professional gaffer will be at the Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens tomorrow to help people age 16+ to create their very own glass suncatcher orb. $54 for members, $60 for non-members.

7 p.m. - Priory

Come get your electropop on. Priory is composed of two guys out of Portland who signed with Warner Bros last year. The show will be at the Basement, and if you don't have your ticket already, it'll be just $15 tomorrow.